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Club basketball player transitions from college athlete to law school student
Basketball, Profiles, Sports

Club basketball player transitions from college athlete to law school student

The Division I basketball team is not the only team with standout talent at the University of Miami. Mukiya Post, a 25-year-old member of UM’s club basketball team, once played for Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. Born in Victoria, British Columbia, the Jamaican-Canadian found his way around before receiving a scholarship to attend Miami’s law…

Dewi Weber aims to master golf while redefining it
Golf, Profiles, Sports

Dewi Weber aims to master golf while redefining it

Dewi Weber is a prominent force in the golfing world with a dream of playing in the 2020 Olympics. She consistently places in the top-10 individual rankings, propelling the University of Miami to No. 15 in the country. But the 20-year-old Netherlands native has a larger goal in mind: redefining the sport itself. “Playing golf is not about me…

International athlete thriving in new environment
Basketball, Profiles, Sports

International athlete thriving in new environment

Going from high-school athlete to college athlete can be quite the adjustment. Growing up in Europe and having just one year of experience in the United States before college can make things even more difficult. International guard Sarah Mortensen embraced the challenge just a couple of years ago. Mortensen grew up playing basketball in Copenhagen,…

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